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How to Sound The Shofar

Rabbi Simcha Werner of Monsey writes and Rabbi Shmuel Lew demonstrates how the Shofar should be sounded on Rosh Hashana. Full Story, Video

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SO HELPFUL!!!!
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SO HELPFUL!!!!

this is what the internet was created for! thank you and a good sweet year to you all!

ShmuliT
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ShmuliT

How about mentioning the pause (not breath) between the shevarim and teruah for tekiyas meyushav?

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That’s not what we are noheg for the most part (reason being, since it can get complicated, stopping but not making a hefsek). But speak to your local rabbi to confirm.

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WHy do you say we are not noheg that if the alter rebbe writes clearly that we should?

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We are definitely נוהג to be מפסיק without a נשימה and every experienced בעל תוקע does that.
For non experienced people some Rabonim just say simplify and say dont make a Hefsek to avoid confusion because at least you’re יוצא with no Hefsek

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Tabbi Tennenbaum, who blew in770, was not mafsik, his father (the Rebbe’s Baal Tokeah, was not mafsik, some of the more expirianced reliable baalei tokea in Israel (Rabbis Slonim, Oifeb (I believe), to name a few, are not Mafsik. In any event, discuss it with your local rabbi.
The Baal tokeah in 770, is not magsik

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